A Big Change at City Hall
The City of Rossland is undergoing a significant change within its senior management. City Hall will be losing veteran employee Tracey Butler. Council wishes to thank her for her long service and dedication to the City of Rossland as she pursues new opportunities.
Mayor Moore said, “Tracey has spent her entire local government career serving the City of Rossland. She has been a hard-working and dedicated employee, both well-liked and respected by her peers.” First hired as an administrative clerk, Tracey worked her way up to the Deputy Chief Administrative Officer position. Most recently she has stepped up to the plate to fulfill the role of Chief Administrative Officer due to the prolonged leave of the current CAO, Ms. Cecile Arnott.
“In the short term, Council will be working with city staff to oversee City Hall operations. Council is in the early stages of seeking out a temporary CAO to take on the leadership of the city’s management. Council also wishes to thank all of our employees for their adaptability and willingness to step up in this time of transition.” said Moore.
Moore concluded, “The City of Rossland has a strong crew of experienced and dedicated employees. With the council’s full support they will continue to provide the high level of service that residents expect. While we do not anticipate any issues, City Council appreciates the community’s understanding if there are any little hiccups during this time.”